McCann London has hired the creative team Will Cottam and James Crosby from CHI & Partners.
Tributes have been paid to Jo Hodges, tutor at the London College of Communication, who died last month.
The Pernod Ricard-owned coconut rum brand Malibu is talking to agencies about its UK advertising account.
Have ads become a bit too worthy and vanilla?
Time Inc's Look was the biggest loser in the women's lifestyle sector, with its circulation in freefall.
CHI & Partners has promoted Sarah Clark and Gary Simmons to the newly-created roles of joint managing directors.
Droga5 London has won the advertising account for Peroni Nastro Azzurro in a competitive pitch, following the beer brand's acquisition by Asahi Group.
Despite WPP planning to double spend on Snapchat this year, Sir Martin Sorrell has described its commitment as a "flea on the elephant's backside."
Frances Royle, the founder of Royle Productions and a former head of production partnerships and TV at Bartle Bogle Hegarty, has died.
It's an easy target maybe, but Jeremy Lee thinks GoCompare is plunging new creative depths.
After a period of instability, could 101 provide the ballast for growth that MullenLowe London is looking for? Jeremy Lee investigates.
In Campaign's sister publication, Management Today, Zaid al-Zaidy last week revealed a rather uglier side to the industry.
Despite a rise in the proportion of UK online ads that meet minimum viewability guidelines, the UK still lags far behind Austria, France and Germany.
Richard Denney, the former executive creative director at MullenLowe, is joining St Luke's as executive creative director.
When Jean-Marie Dru, the chairman of TBWA\Worldwide, introduced the methodology of "disruption" 25 years ago, little could he have imagined how neatly this one word would sum up the state in which the network's London outpost now almost perpetually finds itself.
Jeremy Lee is baffled by Harry's poster ads.
Very few people can say they have been Bartle Bogle Hegarty executive creative directors, but Ian Heartfield and Anthony Austin now have the challenge of sharing the weight of history, Jeremy Lee reports.
Dave Bedwood, one of the founders of Lean Mean Fighting Machine and a former creative director at M&C Saatchi, is joining CHI & Partners as a creative partner.
Some good news for one agency that once used to pride itself on its refusal to enter awards scheme.
Simon Pardon, the global chief executive of Publicis Media Exchange, has left the company.